Celt Edwards went the extra mile to help a close friend - and was rewarded with a night to remember at the Liberty Stadium.

In August, the 7-year-old completed a triathlon to raise funds for the Owen James Trust Fund.

His close friend Owen, 3, suffers from Pitt Hopkins Syndrome but shows real courage in coping with the condition, and the trust fund has been set up to help him and parents Iwan and Jemma.

So Celt completed a 200m swim, eight mile cycle and a two mile run at Crymych Leisure Centre - and admirably raised more than £2000 in the process.

His efforts were picked up by Swansea City, and the young fan was promptly offered the chance to be a club mascot in their recent Championship game with Brentford.

Celt met Swansea legend Lee Trundle before kick off, walked out onto the pitch with striker Borja Baston, and was introduced to the crowd by Kevin Johns before taking part in the half time penalty shoot out challenge.

It wasn't exactly a night to savour for the home side, who went down 3-0, but it was one Crymych youngster Celt will certainly never forget and just reward for his efforts to help his friend.